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searching for a motive in a movie theater attack. a man with a long history of psychological issues is killed by police when he goes on a rampage inside a tennessee theater. >> i have no idea why this gentleman decided to attack us. it's debate day for the republican presidential candidates. ten of the leading gop contenders will square off in their first primetime showdown. ♪ ♪ and swift escape. taylor shift is shaken when a fan reaches on a stage and grabs her during a concert in canada. this is the "cbs morning news" for thursday, august 6th, 2015.
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good morning and thanks for joining us. i'm alison harmelin in for anne-marie green. police say a man who attacked a tennessee movie theater had a history of mental illness. the violence took place wednesday afternoon at a cinema in antioch outside of nashville. witnesses say a man carrying a hatchett and pellet gun unleashed pepper spray on the audience. a s.w.a.t. killed the man as he was trying to get away. brian webb has our report. >> reporter: vincente david montano had been arrested once more than a decade ago before his attack on movie goers in antioch. >> this individual had an arrest in murphysborough in 2000 for for assault and resisting arrest. >> reporter: officials say the 29-year-old had a history of significant psychiatric issues for which he was committed four times. in the missing persons report filed just three days ago montano's mother said he was a diagnosed paranoid
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schizophrenic. on wednesday montano showed up here during an afternoon showing of mad max fury road armed with a pellet gun and hatchett. police say he had on a surgical mask possibly to protect himself from pepper spray that he blasted at people before he was confronted outside and shot and killed by a s.w.a.t. team. authorities later detonated one of the backpacks he was carrying. >> there were items in there that we think were made to resemble a hoax device, however, after detonating it, it turned out not to be harmful. >> reporter: this man sustained a hatchett wound in the attack. he thanked police for their quick response. >> that kind of gives me a little bit more faith in humanity again. >> reporter: so far police do not have a motive for the attack. police say officers arrived on the scene within two minutes of getting the active shooter call, in part because a couple of officers were working an accident nearby.
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police have also looked inside the suspect's second bag and say they found nothing harmful inside. alison? >> brian webb following the story. thank you so much, brian. jurors in colorado could begin deliberating on a sentence today for james holmes. the panel heard emotional testimony wednesday from a survivor of the 2012 movie theater attack. ashleigh moser lost her 6-year-old daughter and her unborn child and was left paralyzed. the jury will determine between the death penalty or life without parole. the top tier of presidential hopefuls is preparing this morning to face off in their first debate. nine candidates will be playing catchup with front-runner donald trump while seven other gop hopefuls will hope to get a chance as well. craig boswell has the story. >> reporter: billionaire donald trump will be center stage for thursday night's republican presidential debate. on average trump is polling higher than his two closest competitors, jeb bush and scott walker combined. >> foreign policy in general,
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obama care, hillary clinton, those are the kind of things you'll hear a lot out of the mouths of these guys. >> joining them on stage, mike huckabee, ben carson, ted cruz, marco rubio and rand paul. chris christie and john kasich of ohio barely made the cut. republican national committee chairman reince priebus said in a crowded field they have to make every second count. senator rubio says he's looking forward to it. >> i'm excited about the chance to talk to the american people about who i am and what i want to do as president. >> reporter: candidates who didn't poll high enough will make a senate earlier in the evening. rick santorum is one of seven candidates in the second tier. his spokesman called the selection process incredibly flawed adding national polls are meaningless in august. craig boswell, cbs news, cleveland, ohio. families of passengers of the missing malaysian airliner are a step closer to learning
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what happened to their loved ones. malaysia's prime minister confirmed today the debris that washed up on reunion island does belong to flight 370. the wing section is the first tangible evidence of the plane that disappeared 15 months ago. they say it can yield a lot of information. >> we could end up looking at how this aircraft may have gone into the ocean, whether it spiralled in, whether it came in as a soft landing. lots of answers in this piece, but we have to spend more time with it so that we can unlock those answers. >> french prosecutors are more cautious saying there are strong indications saying the flaperon is from flight 370. we have new details about a cyber attack on the military joint chiefs. their unclassified e-mail system remains off line more than a week later. about 4,000 mostly military personnel rely on the system. the pentagon claims hackers working from a foreign government for the attack. which country is not clear. police in louisiana are looking for a cop killer. an officer in shreveport was
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killed late wednesday night. he was responding to a report of a suspicious person inside a home. police say he was confronted by an armed man apparently threatening to harm people. u.s. marshals and state police have joined the manhunt. for the first time the public is getting to see dash cam video showing the deadly shooting of an unarmed black man by a white charlotte police officer. the 2013 video shows jonathan farrell running out of the view of the camera before officer randall kerrick fires 12 bullets at him. it was introduced as evidence in kerrick's manslaughter trial. prosecutors say he overreacted when he killed farrell. protesters gathered wednesday at an ohio walmart to remember a man killed by police. the group staged a die-in to mark one year since a white officer shot and killed a black man inside the store. john crawford iii was carrying an air rifle. the officer was not charged.
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the protesters carried a black coffin in the parking lot. the justice department is investigating. millions of people in the south central part of the country are facing a dangerous heat wave. triple digit temperatures are forecast for parts of texas, oklahoma, louisiana, and arkansas. crews had to close two lanes of an oklahoma city highway after heat caused the asphalt to buckle. children in dallas jumped in a fountain to stay cool. crews battling the massive rocky fire in northern california are making progress. officials say the fire is 30% contained this morning but its destructive toll is also growing. the fire has destroyed 43 homes and more than 50 other buildings. some victims were able to survey the damage on wednesday. >> this is the refrigerator. >> absolutely nothing left. >> no. >> only concrete foundation you can see. >> the rest is just ash. >> nearly 7,000 homes are still threatened. 13,000 people under evacuation orders. the u.s. is offering a new reward for the escaped drug king
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pin known as el chapo. the government will pay $5 million for the capture of guzman. he got out of one of mexico's most secure prisons during a sophisticated tunnel. the head of the dea said it's likely guzman is still in mexico. coming up on the "morning news," a school bus under fire. surveillance video shows a bus full of teenagers hit by bullets and wounding passengers. later, taylor swift shakes off a scary moment on stage after a fan crosses the line. this is the "cbs morning news." he line. this is the "cbs morning news." s i'm kind of happy with my guys. i think you'll love our newest line the stuff my vendor sells works fine. and my budget's small, just so you know. ♪ should i stay or should i go when you choose to go for business, go to the new choicehotels.com it makes finding the right room faster and easier than ever. book now at choicehotels.com
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kerry said the anniversary highlights the importance of the nuclear deal negotiated by iran and six world powers. president obama said the best way to reduce the danger from nuclear weapons is the proposed deal with iran. >> nuclear material isn't something you hide in the closet. it can leave a trace for years. the bottom line is, if iran cheats, we can catch them and we will. >> in a speech wednesday the president said the choice on the iran nuclear deal is between diplomacy and some form of war. an online video supposedly from an isis affiliate in egypt shows a croatian hostage. a man stands near the man with a knife. the message said that he would be killed in 48 hours if muslim women in egyptian jails were not freed. the hostage was abducted in late july. the hostage drama is unfolding just as egypt opens an expansion of the suez canal today. the $8.2 billion project makes the canal deeper and wider.
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it includes a 22 mile water way alongside the canal. egypt expects an increase of more than $13 billion in revenue from the improved canal. bill cosby's been ordered to answer questions under oath in a sexual abuse lawsuit. a los angeles court directed the comedian to testify in october. his accuser is a woman in her 50s. judy houth said cosby gave her alcohol and abused her at the play boy mansion when she was 15. houth also faces questioning. newly released video shows the shooting of a florida school bus back in may. the shots were fired by two males outside the bus. two teens on the bus were wounded. bounty hunters made a mistake after a mistaken tip on facebook. bounty hunters went to the home of the phoenix police. there was a confrontation and eventually they figured out they
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a taylor swift fan tried to grab her leg during tuesday's concert in edmonton, canada. the performer was able to avoid the man's hand and walk away. she seemed shocked and surprised but carried on with her performance of "bad blood." security was on the audience member right away. meanwhile, another taylor swift fan was invited to meet the superstar. 5-year-old ava hatfield who was recently diagnosed with a terminal brain stem tumor. got to go backstage to meet the singer. her parents called swift's tribute bittersweet. on the cbs "moneywatch," new revelations in an irs investigation and microsoft is the latest to upgrade parental benefits. hena daniels at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, hena. >> good morning, alison. a report lays much of the blame for the agency's failures on lois lerner. the bipartisan investigation found lerner poorly miss managed
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the scrutiny of tea party organizations and other conservative groups but it disagreed on whether there was any political motivation. the report also says that lerner considered investigating bristol palin, daughter of former alaska governor sarah palin, and her compensation from a teen pregnancy charity. here on wall street investors will be watching reports from the labor department and jobs and consumer prices today. yesterday the dow lost 10 points. the s&p 500 was up 6. the nasdaq gained 34. microsoft is improving its benefits on paid leave for new parents. the company is boosting total paid leave for new mothers to 20 weeks from 12 weeks and new fathers will get paid 12 weeks instead of 4. the changes following netflix announcement of up to a year of paid parental leave. blue bell ice cream will be allowed to resume production at one of its plants. state health officials say blue bell can start producing ice cream again.
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tests show no listeria that led to a recall following illnesses in four different states. production facilities are still closed in oklahoma and texas. women are being seen and heard less and less in hollywood movies. >> with unity, strength and courage. >> hear, hear. a new study finds that women have less than 1/3 of speaking parts in the top closing films between 2007 and 2014. the study also found the same bias applies to people of color and lgbt characters on scene. apple co-founder steve jobs will be the subject of a new opera. the santa fe opera has commissioned the work called "the revolution of steve jobs." it will focus on jobs facing his own mortality and the events and people that shaped and inspired him. the opera will debut in 2017. alison. >> so i guess there's no word on whether or not siri will be a part of the character or chorus. get it, siri? >> i have not heard that.
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,,,, here is a look at today's forecast in some cities around the country. he climbed up into the tree and then proclaimed himself that he was tarzan. >> he was swinging from the trees, but he wasn't tarzan. officials at the santa ana zoo in california called police tuesday when they spotted the bizarre behavior. 36-year-old john william rodenborn was taken into custody.
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police say he appeared to be under the influence and possession of meth a.amphetamim. a texas prosecutor is blasting the decision to cut short adrian peterson's probation. the judge signed an order ending the minnesota viking star's probation 15 months early. he pleaded guilty in november to assaulting his 4-year-old son. the district attorney said he did not complete some of the conditions of his plea deal including a public service announcement about childhood discipline. the judge and peterson's attorney would not comment about whether peterson fulfilled the terms of his deal. it was walk off wednesday in major league baseball. three teams winning in their final at-bat. the white sox and rays tied at 5-5 in the bottom of the ninth inning. with bases loaded garcia draws a walk to bring the winning run home for chicago. the sox stopped tampa bay 6-5. after tying the game up with two outs in the ninth inning, the angels beat the indians when
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they missed the mark. they beat the tag at the plate. the angels win, 4-3. and colorado's michael mckenry leaves no doubt he blasted a two out two run homer to give the rockies a 7-5 win over seattle. finally, it's going to be hard for the new england patriots to escape the deflategate scandal this season. the company is selling foam hats that look like deflated footballs. another shaped like a needle used to deflate the footballs. the company is selling t-shirts and hats reading deflatriots. it's landed tom brady a four game suspension. coming up after your local news on "cbs this morning," best selling author jen lancaster with her new novel. i'm alison harmelin and this is the "morning news."
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a case of road rage brought traffic to a stand still on the brooklyn bridge here in new york city tuesday. cell phone video captured an elderly man attacking a much younger driver who allegedly threw a can of pringels at the man's mini van. they say he was throwing punches like floyd meriweather jr. the drivers took off before the police arrived. last month a submersible vessel was busted carrying 8 tons of cocaine. it was the largest seizure of its kind in coast guard history. don ford of kpix has more on the risky operation.
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>> reporter: a heavily armed coast guard special operations team swarms aboard this craft. inside they're trying to smuggle more than 16,000 pounds of cocaine. a dangerous boarding made even more risky because this whole operation is taking place more than 200 miles off shore from central america. >> when you board a vessel you're not sure the integrity of the vessel, you're not sure what's going to come out of the hatch of the vessel so they have to be prepared and ready for anything. >> reporter: the men inside surrendered peacefully. this odd craft is not a real submarine but a boat designed to sit just at the waterline almost sinking but not quite. painted blue to blend in. but in this case the underwater hideout not good enough to avoid capture by the new cutter stratum. the second seizure of its kind on the same mission. >> two interdictions of these self-propelled submersibles is almost unheard of.
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>> the coast guard is not sure if there are more of these craft than in the past but these new cutters are loaded with the latest, most advanced sensors available, all of it classified. >> that was kpix's don ford rourting. jon stewart signs off one last time as host of "the daily show." he has brought laughs for 16 years. last night he was joined by comedian loui c.k. he says he will miss watching stewart host the show. >> the most reliable way to take a good thing and make it go back is to hold onto it too longs so you have to let it go. it's really time to go. >> stewart hasn't said what he'll do next but they said he's headed to the museum in d.c. trevor noah takes over as host in september. coming up after your local news on "cbs this mo," we'll hear more from jon stewart by taking a look back at his
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influential career. plus a preview of tonight's gop presidential debate. we'll speak with senator rand paul. and an inside look at how airlines determine which flights are delayed and canceled and which routes are the worst performers. finally, a rare look at a lunar crossing. nasa released images of the dark side of the moon passing the earth last month. a new weather satellite captured the images from a million miles away. that's the "cbs morning news" for this thursday, i'm alison harmelin. have a great day. alison harmelin, have a great day.
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we're going to start off our thursday morning with a live look at the golden gate bridge. nice to see some of you guys up and early with us.
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it is thursday, august 6. i'm maria medina. almost friday. >> yes, it would be a, what, mini friday? friday eve? or pre-friday? whatever you want to call it, it's thursday. >> hi, everyone. i'm frank mallicoat. good to have you on board at this very early hour of 4:30. we got a little traffic and weather. a little bit of yellow and maroon today. >> we'll wake 'em up out there. good morning, everybody. out the door, we have an interesting day in the forecast. right now clear skies looking out towards the bay bridge where our current temperature is in the upper 50s to 64 degrees in concord and in san jose. later today, from the 70s at the beaches, to the 90s inland. full forecast still coming up. >> and we are going to brighten your day from the traffic center no accidents just roadwork especially along 580 eastbound airway told charo and west bond -- to el charro and westbound cleared in the next half-hour. investigators may have found more

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